09-22-2020, 13:21

The 12 most active US investors in European fintech

It’s no secret that startup deals are comparatively cheap in Europe, while company valuations in the US soar ever higher.

As a result, American funds have not only begun investing more heavily in European startups, but they’re also setting up shop here; most recently in the form of Silicon Valley’s Sequoia opening a London office.

In fact, in 2019, 19% of funding rounds into European startups included an American investor, according to Atomico’s State of European Tech report.

Find out more about which US investors are most active in Europe here.

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